*** NEW *** Haikelite SC04 2x26350 / 2x26650

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*** NEW *** Haikelite SC04 2x26350 / 2x26650

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GROUPBUY SC04: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/63063
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Haikelite SC04 Specifications

—Emitter: 4 x Luminus SST20
—Aluminum Alloy body with HAIII Anodize black surface Finish
—Battery: 2× 26350 or 2×26650
— Ultra Clear Double-sided AR coated toughened Glass lens
—IPX8 Waterproof;
—Max Brightness: 5000 Lumens ;
—Shot distance: 600 meters
—Working voltage: 5.5V to 8.4V
— With Thermal regulated control
—Full Digital Current Regulation;
—Size: 146mm x 53mm (head) x 34(body)
—Netweight: 300 gram

By default Smooth Ramping UI: (from 2lms to 2050lms)
Turn the light on: Single Click the button
Ramping light level: press&hold button
Reverse ramping level: While ramping in one direction, release button briefly and press&hold again.
Instant turbo: Double click
Back to previous level: Double click again
Turn the light off: Single Click the button

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8xClicks to enter Modes UI from Ramping UI
8xClicks to enter Ramping UI from Modes UI

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Modes UI: (5 groups)

5xClicks to select 5 groups ; The light flashes once and turn it off to select Group 1 ; The light flashes 5 times to select Group 5.

1) Group: Low 150lms 》750 Lms> 1500 Lms 3modes
2) Group: Low 150lms 》750 Lms> 1500 Lms>mas5000Lms 4modes
3) Group: 2lms( 50lms>150Lms> 750lms>max 5000lms 5modes
4) Group: 2lms(Max 5000lms
5) Group: 1500Lms》max 5000lms 》Strobe》SOS

http://www.haikelite.top/product/html/?18.html

Edited by: hIKARInoob on 03/14/2019 - 12:20
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man you are fast. Thumbs Up

Would love to see a single emitter SST from Haikelite.

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Please get them to use 95CRI SST20s.

That would be absolutely dope.

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Is there an extension tube or is the 2×26650 a typo? Should it read 1×26650?

Looks like a nice powerhouse of a light!

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I want that sand color!

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freeme wrote:

I want that sand color!

I’ve got an SC26 in sand and I love the look too.

I’d like to see this light next to a C8 for a size comparison.

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4 SST20, 5000 lumen, isn’t it a little over for sst-20, each one has to do 1250 lumen
btw, 2*26650, now that’s interesting

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PBWilson wrote:
Should it read 1×26650?

Haikelite SC04 Specifications

—Working voltage: 5.5V to 8.4V

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Let’s hope someone will organize a group buy for this! Thumbs Up

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Interesting light.

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Good looking light and love the sand color. I want one.

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Wow I’m impressed Haikelite always come out with very unique and interesting flashlights despite their incompetent leadership. I would be interested in this light. Like someone said here, hope they can offer some 95CRI 3000k and 4000k options.

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Me me me! tongue-out< Haikelite fanatic

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Let's hope someone will organize a group buy for this! :THUMBS-UP:

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anyone else notice this is the BLF Q8 reflector and bezel?

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Tally-ho wrote:
PBWilson wrote:
Should it read 1×26650?

Haikelite SC04 Specifications

—Working voltage: 5.5V to 8.4V

I’m not sure just what this means. I think it might mean that it takes two cells in series. If so, do the have a pic of the longer tube? That light can’t hold two 26650 cells as it is shown.

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contactcr wrote:
anyone else notice this is the BLF Q8 reflector and bezel?

it looks so yea? i dont understand point of this light then..

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I suppose it’s to offer a less chunky overall light with similar lumen output. A pair of 26350 cells has a bit more capacity than a top-notch 18650 and isn’t too much bigger in diameter. I like the feel of my 26650 flashlights. It’s still quite a bit slimmer than a 4×18650 body although there’s the tradeoff in run time. A pair of 26650 Shockli cells might be a match for a quad of 18650 cells and there are those that like the longer form, maybe because it reminds them of a Maglight that were so popular for so long.

Again, I ask if there’s a picture of a longer battery tube or can this run with a single 26650? Does it use a boost driver?

I’d also like to know what kind of run times it gets with a pair of 26350 cells. The cells that are available aren’t the cutting edge of technology.

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I have a pair of spare 26350 but can two such batteries give 5k lumens?

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BOMBAY wrote:
I have a pair of spare 26350 but can two such batteries give 5k lumens?

high amps should do fine but dont count on longruntimes really..

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Great news freeme Thumbs Up

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Interesting form factor, although it might be a bit misleading. I really don’t see the logic of the 2×26350 configuration, besides for the voltage necessity. It’s possible that just with the SC26, two times protected (Imalent) 26350 is too long to fit, so only unprotected cells can operate this light in short form which will further reduce cell choice. The light is probably also demanding a lot from the 26350 cells…
So basically I see this light as a 2×26650 light, which is interesting for people who like this form factor. Another interesting light by Haikelite, but at this moment it looks like I’m going to skip this one. I don’t think the output and beam is anything exciting to write about, and I’m just not into multi 26650 lights.
But man, this light does make me wonder what other lights Haikelite will be releasing in the future… Cool

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But I do have two sets of 26650 cells I was using for the L6 anyway… Well I’ll just have to sign up to freeme’s list just in case. Facepalm Big Smile

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And the light can also support 21700s, a single one for obvious reasons, along with a high CRI 4000k version Smile

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Yes I am Very interested in this light GOLD !!

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Count me in. Thanks.

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Bryan Wayne McDonald wrote:
Yes I am Very interested in this light GOLD !!
mmalive wrote:
Count me in. Thanks.

Freeme is organising a groupbuy here: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/63063

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First video of the Haikelite SC04:

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Is the ramping logarithmic or linear like in the SC62?

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Finally a decent video of the SC26:

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Do i need protected 26650's?

 

Or protected 26350's when running 2 in series?

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fluke wrote:

Do i need protected 26650’s?


 


Or protected 26350’s when running 2 in series?

I do not have this light, but I do have the SC26 (single 26650, dual 26350), and two protected (Imalent) 26350 will not fit. I also would not run the SC04 on two 26350, as this battery is not powerful. But generally speaking you do not need protected cells to run this light.
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One other question as it is not made clear.

 

Does it output 5000 lumens on 1 26650?

Or does it need the extension tube and 2 26650's?

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